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Having a secondary focus on the environmental, social and economic aspects of energy systems and energy utilization provides a strong background to any major.
Requirements for a minor in Energy Systems Studies.
An Energy Systems Studies minor interacts with a drill simulator during class
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An Energy Systems Studies minor interacts with a drill simulator during class
Professor Ben Ebenhack teaches Energy System Studies minors

What will you learn from minoring in Energy Systems Studies?

The world needs creative problem solvers who have a strong foundation of knowledge in a variety of energy systems. Students gain the social, economic, and technical knowledge needed to make informed energy system decisions for renewable and non-renewable sources.

Be Prepared for Anything

The Minor in Energy Systems Studies is a 23-credit-hour program that provides students with a fundamental knowledge of energy systems, preparing them for entry-level positions in the energy industry, graduate school, government services, and other areas of professional development. 

Liberal Arts Approach

The curriculum provides practical experiences assessing energy systems — including generation, transmission, resource utilization, and environmental impact — as well as gives students an understanding of environmental and sustainability issues related to global energy systems.

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